The Best VPNs for MAC - June 2018

Ranked 16th from 312 VPNs
Rating for MAC 4.3
Ariel Hochstadt, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

You may have heard of Proton Technologies before. They are the creators of ProtonMail, which is currently the biggest encrypted email service. Now, they’ve turned their attention to VPNs — but does ProtonVPN have the potential to be as ground-breaking as their previous project? Given the previous reputation, we expected ProtonVPN to stand out when it came to privacy and security. And stand out it did. From the basics to the unique features, this VPN spares no expense in keeping you safe on the Int

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Ranked 17th from 312 VPNs
Rating for MAC 4.3
Alex (Shurf) Frenkel, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

VPN Unlimited is headquartered in New York and is the subsidiary of Keepsolid Incorporation. While the fact that VPN Unlimited is US-based in New York does not thrill us (as opposed to, say, ExpressVPN, which runs out of the British Virgin Islands) VPN Unlimited provides users with a solid VPN service. With its server locations and data centers in more than 39 countries and 50 regions respectively, VPN Unlimited offers full anonymity with secured virtual life, making it easily rated as one of the

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Ranked 18th from 312 VPNs
Rating for MAC 4.2
Catherine Ablett, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

A respected provider, GooseVPN currently has over 83,000 users on 8 different platforms — but what makes it the favorite of many? For starters, it’s a very clean VPN. And there are a couple of meanings to this: firstly, GooseVPN earns a gold medal in the ease-of-use department. The interface is intuitive and easy to configure — if you don’t feel like tinkering about, the client is automatically set-up. Navigation is simple as well — everything is exactly where you’d expect it to be, and the various

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Ranked 19th from 312 VPNs
Rating for MAC 4.2
Catherine Ablett, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Although it’s based in Singapore, which sometimes faces censorship issues of their own, Ivacy has proven itself as an exceptional VPN. The VPN has standard encryption and security with 256-bit military-grade encryption and several protocols including IPSEC, IKeV, L2TP, OpenVPN, TCP and UD. On top of that, Ivacy has a kill-switch, which will cut your internet connection if there is a leak. While the kill-switch tends to work, we have experienced a few instances in the past where it didn’t. Ivac

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Ranked 20th from 312 VPNs
Rating for MAC 4.2
Ariel Hochstadt, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

TigerVPN does not require any special software and is very easy to configure and use. Extensive and detailed setup guides are provided at the service's website. TigerVPN is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, iOS and Android. This means it can be used on nearly all desktop and laptop computers, as well as smartphones and tablets. TigerVPN provides prompt and efficient customer support. Subscribers have at their disposal a Priority Support feature at the service's website. On the website

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